By Shannon Culver September is upon us. And while most young professionals (YPs) have left our school days behind, that doesn’t mean you can’t prepare your own fall reading list. From languages, to science, to cultural studies, September’s Working Titles...
Sure, you like to pick up a book here and there, especially when you can’t sleep or are on vacation. But how well-read are you really? Here are 11 signs you at least know what's a hardcover and what's soft
Before you find yourself stranded on a rainy afternoon in a cabin in northern Ontario with nothing but moldy Danielle Steel paperbacks to keep yourself entertained, check out one of these new summer releases
While spending your days lounging dockside with a beer in hand sounds pretty great, we suggest you strive to keep your mind from going full comatose by providing it with a selection of stellar reads. ‘Cause if you want to look smart (at the cottage or in the city) while you get smart, picking up one of these must-reads for July is the only way to do it
Though there never seems to be enough time in our crazy young professional lives to catch an episode of House of Cards, let alone read a book, we really should. With the lazy, hazy days of summer fast approaching, here are some books that should be on your list for beach, dock, park or coffee shop reading
If you think this summer seems like a good time to finally check out that Life of Pi book everybody was so excited about a few years ago, we suggest saving yourself some time and just putting a sign on your forehead that says THIS IS THE FIRST BOOK I’VE READ IN 10 YEARS. If you want to look smart while you get smart, picking up one of these must-reads is the only way to do it.
Not just a go-to spot for our literary inclinations, Indigo/Chapters has been steadily building its carefully curated collection of items and accessories for the home and closet over the past several years. Here's what you should have on your radar this spring/summer
Chris Parsons is a graphic designer, illustrator and entrepreneur who discovered that owning his own business has allowed him to engage in a wide variety of projects, both personal and business-related. One of his latest ventures has even earned praise from Margaret Atwood herself. These are some of the pages that have inspired his journey
Nat Abraham is the President of Distribution at Breakthrough Entertainment, with more than 19 years of experience in the acquisition and distribution of television programming. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. These are the pages that have inspired his career path
Kirk co-founded Wave, considered by TechCrunch as one of Canada's best startups, in November 2010. As CEO he’s led the company to milestones including more than 1.5 million users, venture funding from top VCs in Silicon Valley, Boston and Toronto, and a team of 70 team members in four cities. These are some of the pages that have inspired him